Saturday, 10 March 2018

Check out a new hotel in Brisbane that boasts a New York accent

Brisbane's newest hotel, FV by Peppers in Fortitude Valley, has officially opened its doors. 
Developed by luxury property developer Gurner and inspired by New York's flatiron building - with New York influences throughout - FV's three towers are called Flatiron, Valley House and No. 1.



With two out of the three 30-storey towers now complete, the $600-million high-end development in Alfred Street will comprise of 986 -one and two-bedroom apartments, a mixture of hotel rooms and long-term lets.
Amenities at FV by Peppers include a heated u-shaped skyline pool with spectacular views and in-pool seating overlooking Brisbane's CBD, a moonlight cinema, yoga retreat, fully-equipped gym, and three VIP private spa lounges available to hire. 
For all-day in-room dining options, Six by FV is the property's on-site restaurant (located on level six). Not a lot of thought went into that name. 
Six will also open for hotel guests and residents for breakfast and dinner and feature a range of meal options, reflecting the New York influence.

Mantra Group Chief Operating Officer Tomas Johnsson said: “FV by Peppers is a landmark hotel with high-end luxe amenities designed to appeal equally to the Valley's leisure visitors and the fast-growing business visitor and corporate market.
“Situated in Brisbane's premier entertainment precinct, all apartments have full kitchens with state-of-the-art appliances, a laundry, separate lounge and dining areas and a private balcony with fantastic views of beautiful Brisbane.”
There will be 24-hour reception, valet parking, wifi and the convenience of express checkout, tour desk and concierge.
To celebrate the official opening, FV by Peppers has launched a special deal. Stay in a one- bedroom apartment from $169 per night and receive a bottle of wine on arrival, a 2-for-1 breakfast voucher, wifi and midday check-out. This offer is valid until midnight 29/03/18. 
To book, call 1300 987 600 or visit www.peppers.com.au.

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